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When Did You Last See Your Father?

 

This famous nineteenth century painting by W. F. Yeames, shows a Royalist family who have been captured by the enemy. The boy is being questioned about the whereabouts of his father by a panel of Parliamentarians.

Although the picture was not painted until the nineteenth century it is a fairly valuable Secondary source about the Civil War.

Click around the picture to find out what we can learn about the Civil War from it.

 

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"When did you last see your father" by W. F. Yeames

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